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North Salem Splits with Haldane in Baseball

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Adam Concadoro scoops the ball and throws it to first. Credits: Deena Bell
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— North Salem’s baseball team had a home-and-home league series with rival Haldane last week and split the two games.

The Tigers trounced the visiting Blue Devils 18-3 on Tuesday, May 2, behind three RBI apiece from Nate Carminucci, Jesse Fleming and Connor Mahoney. Carminucci’s three RBI came on a three-run blast.

Will Baumler recorded the win on the hill for North Salem (10-3).

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The next day, the Tigers lost to host Haldane 10-4.

North Salem has five consecutive home games to close the regular season. The Tigers hosted Blind Brook on May 10, face Pleasantville at 4:30 p.m. on May 12 and take on Dobbs Ferry at 10 a.m. the next day. They close out the regular season by facing Keio Academy (May 15) and Roy C. Ketcham (May 16).

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